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If you're an angler from the U.S. side of the Lake of the Woods, you won't be in a better position to sink a line in the lake than when you book a campsite at Warroad Campground. It has its own boat launch, boat docks, and Dept. of Natural Resources (DNR) floating fishing dock.
For your motorhome camping needs, your options include water, electric, and sewer hookups, water and electric, and electric only. You'll also have access to showers, a dump station, and an outdoor pool. Remote as this Lake of the Woods RV park may be, you may choose to remain connected via cable TV and WiFi hotspot. Check the on-site grocery and camp store if you need to restock supplies. The campground restaurant and bar/tavern take care of growling stomachs. And if you'd like to have a meal out of your fresh catch, the fish cleaning facility, picnic tables, and grills make that possible, too.
A basketball court and a bike path allow you to warm up for that adventure in the great outdoors. Children have their own playground, and anyone keen on swimming will be delighted to find an outdoor sand-bottom, filtered pool. Not far away, sports-minded Warroad campers will find a sand volleyball and tennis court.
Home to the headwaters of five rivers, the 600,000-acre Beltrami Island State Forest is a veritable playground where you can hike, saddle up on a horse, or ride an ATV. A healthy population of watchable wildlife calls the forest home, including 250 species of birds. Black bear, gray wolf, and red fox are often spotted here. Follow one of the forest roads – Krull, Nelson, Faunce-Butterfield, Hogsback-Obrien – to pick wild blueberries which ripen all the way through until early August. In the winter, explore the forest's over 100 miles of well-groomed snowmobile trails.
Avid birders would want to book an RV in Roseau County and park their rental motorhome at Warroad Campground. The town sits on the northern terminus of the 200-mile Pine to Prairie Birding Trail, the state’s first. The variety of habitats found along this corridor – bogs, marshes, aspen parkland, and deciduous woodlands – support 275 species of birds. From Warroad, follow State Highway 11 until it intersects Highway 32 at Roseau, then travel south to Thief River Falls. Pick up the remainder of the trail on Highway 59 until it reaches the southern terminus (the trailhead if you start here) at Fergus Falls.
If you wish to journey to Voyageurs National Park and have an epic time, take your cue from the Waters of the Dancing Sky Scenic Byway. Named for the waters reflecting the dancing Northern Lights, the route takes you to Baudette and then east to International Falls right on the U.S.-Canada border. Voyageurs is a watery paradise, with the heart of the park accessible only by canoe or kayak. Bring one with you or rent a watercraft there or join one of the guided boat tours leaving three of the major lakes: Rainy, Kabetogama, and Crane.
Despite its tiny population, Warroad has plenty of attractions to offer visitors, whether they come for Native American history, hockey, or vintage cars. An informative first stop is at the Warroad Heritage Center, where you can learn more about the Ojibwe from artifacts collected in the area. Ojibwe presence can also be gleaned at a graveyard near a Warroad City Park. Traditional Ojibwe spirit houses take the place of headstones.
Enrich your understanding of the fur trading that occurred in the region at the Warroad Fur Post built in 1820 by the American Fur Company. Around a century earlier, a fur trader, explorer, and soldier built the palisaded Fort St. Charles that functioned as an expedition post and a fur trading post with Native Americans. The fort is now maintained by members of a local Knights of Columbus.
Trains had left their marks in Warroad, too, when the Canadian National Railway came to town more than a century ago. Today, the Canadian National Depot, restored from parts of the original building, is all that's left from the railroad's heydays. It's one of the town's pride, earning a spot on the National Register of Historic Places.
Camping at Warroad Campground puts you close to all the ice hockey action this remote town is famous for. As the birthplace of several US Hockey Hall of Famers, Olympic medalists, and NHL and collegiate players, Warroad deservedly earns the "Hockeytown USA" reputation. Visit the Gardens and the Olympic Arenas to learn about the history of hockey in Warroad.
For the car enthusiast, Warroad has a different surprise in store. Close to 100 vintage and muscle cars are on display in a privately held museum stocked by the owner with fascinating cars over the years. Some of the classic cars have intriguing provenance, like the one with a VIN plate reading "0000001" or the one that was likely a prototype. Call ahead for a private tour to hear the cars' fascinating ownership histories.
Waterfront camping near Warroad also puts you close to a local craft brewery serving American-style IPAs. The brewery building, a relic from another era, has served patrons for more than 100 years until it closed down due to the presence of large Canadian breweries. But this local brewery has a unique selling point; it’s located on the shores of the Lake of the Woods, where a cold drink at the end of a fishing adventure is a well-earned treat. That can be you enjoying the view. So, find an RV rental in Warroad, MN now and start planning for that unforgettable journey into the “top of the nation.”